Over the last 10 years, you’ve been adding song after song, week after week. The problem is you’re not the only one in your station who’s been adding songs either! Your Music Director, Jocks, Production Team, Interns and even the PD have been throwing their own ‘unique’ labeling styles into your music database, making it incredibly inconsistent.
Remember that time you spent 10 minutes searching for a song in your library and couldn’t find it because it contained #_@•)ing strange characters, creative spelling, or sometimes “The Who” were just, “Who?” Sometimes it’s necessary - perhaps some of you’re music is tagged differently to make sure your jocks know that a song has production over the ramp, or that it’s a cutdown version from another identical song. But the fact is, your private internal memo system is now being broadcast to your entire digital audience!
Don’t feel bad. We’ve seen so many songs pass through our system, and with almost half a millennium of listening hours under our belt, we’ve seen it happen across the board and across languages. Some are funnier than others, some are just plain unreadable - but ALL them are being sent across your mobile apps and online players.
This is where the all new AirFetcher 2 comes in. Airfetcher sits in between your automation system and your applications to make sure that all of your song information is cleaned up, correct and ready for your audience! We’ve also added some vast improvements over version 1 that can provide you with the most album art available across all of your languages and platforms. If you're doing radio anywhere in the Asia-Pacific Region, AirFetcher™ can help get you back on track with your metadata instantly!